TISS MA in Globalization and Labour Question papers 2016.
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M.A. IN GLOBALIZATION AND LABOUR
Duration: 1 Hour Marks: 100
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2. Who has said this: “Peasantry lacks inter connections, common identity and
organization and does not constitute a class.”
a) V. Lenin
b) J. Stalin
c) K. Marx
3. Who among the following emphasized that conflict plays a positive role in
a) Max Weber
b) Lewis Coser
c) Karl Marx
d) Anthony Giddens
4. In the year 1991, India adopted a pro-market strategy which means that India
a) Liberalized its internal regulatory framework
b) Reduced tariffs
c) Adopted appropriate exchange rate policies
d) Allowed foreign investors to play a significant role in the economy
5. Which of the statements given below are correct?
a) 1, 2 and 3 only
b) 2, 3, and 4 only
c) 1 and 4 only
d) 1, 2, 3, and 4
6. An economic system that has several producers but one main buyer is called
7. Which article of Indian Constitution provides for a National Commission of
a) Article 224
b) Article 324
c) Article 335
d) Article 338
8. Assembly Line Technology is part of _______________ industry
9. An Institution can be best described as a complex of
10. Anomie is a feature of
a) Industrial society
b) Communist society
c) Semi- Urban society
d) None of the above
11. Max Weber believed that ________ organizations are the most dominant institutions
of industrial society
12. The ________tribes are well known traditionally as iron smelters
13. The presence of redistribution implies the existence of a ________
a) A value system
b) A stable social relationship
c) A hierarchy
d) A king
14. Primitive economic organizations are of ________types
c) Maket Exchange
15. Industrial sociology as a distinct discipline is connected with research in
a) Scientific Management School
d) Human Relations Approach
16. Population and social system is the work of
a) F.S. Nitti
b) Frank Feter
c) L. Brento
d) Carr Saunders
17. What distinguishes the state from other associations?
b) Land under control
c) The binding nature of its rules and regulations
d) The monopoly over coercion
18. Which among the following do you think is the true basis of Gandhian state?
a) Non violence
c) Satya (Truth)
19. State is ‘a special repressive force of the suppression of the proletariats by the
bourgeoisies, of millions of toilers by handful of rich’. Who said this?
20. Who has written the book ‘History of Trade Unionism?’
a) V.V. Giri
b) S.M. Lipset
c) S.D. Punekar
d) Sydney and Beatrice Webb
21. Who has written the book ‘Labour Problems in Indian Industry’?
a) C.W. Mills
b) S.A. Dange
c) V.V. Giri
d) S.M. Joshi
22. Who of the following believed in theory of ‘Trusteeship’?
c) Max Weber
d) Mahatma Gandhi
23. Who among the following advocated the policy of isolation for the Tribals in India?
24. Who among the following is authorized to declare a caste to be a Scheduled Caste?
a) Prime Minister
b) President of India
c) Governor of the State
d) The Social Justice Empowerment Minister
25. Where is the International Monetary Fund located?
a) Washington DC
d) New York
26. Where is the Reserve Bank of India headquartered?
a) New Delhi
27. Which of the following was not a creation of Bretton Woods Conference?
b) World Bank
28. Where was the first World Social Forum held?
c) Porto Alegre
29. Which country did the former UN General Secretary Kofi Annan belong to?
d) South Africa
30. Which of the following countries is widely known for its state covered medical services?
d) United States of America
31. ‘Shining Path’ a radical guerilla movement is based in which of the following
32. The General Assembly of U.N. proclaimed 2008 as a year of
a) International Year of Language
b) International Year of Dolphin
c) International Year of Culture
d) International Press Freedom Year
33. In the eye donation, which part of the eye is transplanted from the donor?
b) The whole eye
34. Who is the constitutional head of the Government of India?
b) Prime Minister
c) Chief Justice of India
d) Attorney General
35. The movie ‘Black Friday’ is based on the –
a) 1993 Mumbai Bomb Blasts
b) Best Bakery Case
c) Godhra Incident
d) Fire at Meerut’s Victoria Park
36. Bangladesh’s Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus has launched his
Political party named
a) Islamic Unity Front
b) Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh
c) Nagorik Shakti (Citizens’ power)
d) Bangladesh Jatiyatabadi Dal
37. Who among the following is not a classical economist?
a) David Ricardo
b) John Stuart Mill
c) Thomas Malthus
d) John Maynard Keynes
38. Which of the following is the oldest Trade Union Organization in India?
a) Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC)
b) Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU)
c) All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC)
d) Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS)
39. Indian agriculture is typically characterized as
a) Land surplus, labour scarce economy
b) Land surplus, labour surplus economy
c) Land scarce, labour surplus economy
d) Land scarce, labour scarce economy
40. As required by the WTO agreement, the Indian Patent Act was amended in 1999.
The Act first came into force in the year –
41. Sarvodaya stands for:
a) Total revolution
c) Upliftment of all
42. Which of the following countries is NOT a member of the SAARC?
43. Who was the first Woman President of Indian National Congress?
a) Sarojini Naidu
b) Sucheta Kripalani
c) Rajkumari Amrit Kaur
d) Annie Besant
44. The ‘Chipko Movement’ is related to:
a) Wildlife preservation
b) Forest conservation
c) Scientific agriculture
45. Who has written the book ‘The Dynamics of Bureaucracy’?
a) Max Weber
b) Peter Blau
c) Bell Daniel
46. Who introduced the term ‘collective consumption’?
a) David Harvey
b) Michelle Foucault
c) Manuel Castells
d) Neil Smith
47. Collective Bargaining is associated with:
b) Informal Economy
c) Organized Sector Trade Unions
d) Students Union
48. Indian National Congress was established in the year:
49. The origin of cooperative movement can be traced to:
a) Karl Marx
b) Robert Owen
c) Vallabhai Patel
d) Mahatma Gandhi
50. The concept of de-skilling is associated with the following
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